The number one question we hear from homeowners is, “How much is this going to cost?” While we understand why homeowners want this information, it’s a loaded question! Every home renovation is unique and therefore, so is the cost. Unfortunately, popular home renovation television shows do not accurately portray the real costs of our industry.
When you are interviewing potential contractors for your upcoming project, it is important to ask them for client references and interview each one about their renovation experience. Here’s our best advice and top 6 questions to ask when you are interviewing references. Before you begin the interviewing process, have a list of questions planned and
Luxury Vinyl Tile, or LVT – is designed to replicate hard surface flooring materials such as stone, wood, or ceramic tile and is available in a wide range of shapes, sizes, and effects. When people hear the word “vinyl” it reminds them of vinyl records or grandma’s old floors – and only one is standing
When it comes to remodeling, most people have heard of someone who has been burned by a “professional”. Maybe their contractor left the project before completion and refuses to return phone calls. Or maybe the contractor asked for money up front, did a poor job, and now refuses to fix anything. Thankfully, these situations are
Sometimes we see contractors on the news for downright bad practices. It happens. There are bad apples in every bunch, no matter the profession or industry you are in. Unfortunately, you only hear about the bad professionals who have done something horrendous that rightfully should be in the news, but because you don’t often hear
If you’re looking to make a dramatic change to your home, updating your windows is a great option! Our previous home was purchased with the original 1970s, aluminum framed windows. They were anything but airtight and incredibly dated. We upgraded them to vinyl and were amazed at how they changed the look of our home,
You’ve signed your contract, made your selections, and ready to begin work on your remodel. Right? Not quite! There’s one more step we believe is important to have our projects run as smoothly as possible. Before work begins on your project, we like to have a meeting with you, our sales team, and your project
Odds are you’ve probably binge-watched a season or two of Fixer Upper and heard stories from your friends and family about their remodeling experience So, you’re totally prepared to live through a remodel because you’re practically an expert? Sorry to beak the news to you, but hearing about other people’s remodeling experiences is nothing like